One possible reason for temperature imbalance in your home is insufficient insulation. If some areas of your home are more exposed to the outside elements than others, this can lead to a discrepancy in the overall temperature.
Additionally, if your heating or cooling system is not properly sized for your home, this can also cause an uneven temperature. If you’re experiencing these issues, it’s important to have a qualified technician inspect your home and make any necessary repairs.
If your furnace is not igniting, the first thing you should do is visually inspect the unit. Look for any broken or missing parts that may be preventing the furnace from lighting. You should also check to make sure that there is no ice blocking the unit. If you find any problems, you should correct them before trying to light the furnace again. Or best, call in a professional technician to check your unit and handle the issue.
When shopping for an air conditioner, one of the most important factors to consider is its size. You need to buy an air conditioner that’s the right size for your home. A unit that’s too small won’t be able to keep your home cool, while a unit that’s too large will cycle on and off frequently and cost more to operate.
The best way to determine the size of air conditioner you need is to calculate the cooling load of your home. The cooling load is the amount of energy required to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. To calculate the cooling load, you need to know the square footage of your home and the climate zone you live in.
It’s no secret that having an efficient, working HVAC system is critical to the comfort of your home. When it comes time to invest in a new HVAC system or repair the one you have, it can be difficult to know who to trust. Not all HVAC service providers are created equal – some are worth every penny, while others may not be worth your time.
When we talk about heating and air conditioning, there’s only one company you can trust—and that’s Lincoln! We work to deliver 100% customer satisfaction to all HVAC projects that we handle—may it be big or small.
Lincoln Heating & Air is a family-owned company that’s been in business for over 25 years. We offer the best HVAC services, including installation and repair of heating systems or air conditioning units to maintain your home comfort at all times!
With an undying commitment towards excellent customer service you can trust us with any job big or small – because our technicians know what they’re doing from start to finish.
We offer a wide array of HVAC services including:
When your heating system isn’t working, it’s time to call the pros at our heating and cooling company. We can quickly diagnose and fix the problem, so you can get back to staying warm and comfortable.
We offer a wide range of services, from repairs to replacements, so we can handle any job big or small. And we’re always here to help, whether you need emergency service or just some advice on how to keep your system running smoothly.
Call us if you need help with your heating system such as:
Lincoln Heating & Air Conditioning is a full-service HVAC company that provides reliable air conditioning services to customers in Verdi, NV. Our technicians are licensed for furnace and air conditioning services, so you can rest assured that we can diagnose and service your unit properly. They are also factory-trained, experienced, and dependable.
We understand that when your A/C goes out, it’s a huge inconvenience. That’s why we offer same-day service and emergency service to make sure you’re taken care of as soon as possible. We also have a wide selection of A/C units to choose from so you can find the perfect one for your home.
We specialize in cooling services including:
We specifically have in-depth expertise in dealing with projects that involve a water heater, indoor air quality, thermostats, and gas lines, making us a one-stop-shop for home and business owners out there.
Our team of experts are always up for a challenge and are more than happy to take on whatever comes their way. So, whether you’re looking for installation, repair, or just some general advice, we’re the team for you.
Give us a call when you need help with:
Need heating repair or A/C installation? You’ve come to the right place! Call our team of experts at Lincoln Heating & Air to provide you with an estimate for your HVAC project in Verdi, NV and the surrounding communities.
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Davy is a master in his craft and was a pleasure to work with. His work exceeded my expectations and he was very knowledgeable and detailed. Will work with him again in the future!
Jeremey was an incredible service tech, very educational, super helpful with our complex systems and extremely patient!
Came out to check over ac issue. Upon arrival I found indoor unit running but blowing warm air. Went out to condenser and found only the fan running. Opened up electrical cabinet on condenser and found common going to capacitor had fried. Common side of capacitor almost falling off. Capacitor will need to be replaced at this point. Customer agreed to swap out capacitor. Tested new capacitor before installing at 50.06/3.02 mfd ( rated 50/3 mfd). After repairing I tested compressor and fan motor. Tested compressor amp draw at 13.63 rating painted over Tested condenser fan motor amp draw at .95 ( rated 1.10) good running at 88% over 90% and motor would be considered going bad. Tested temperature split at. 24° return at 83 supply at 59°. Operations after repairs are normal at this time.
Upon arrival, customer wanted both furnace and AC serviced. I started by servicing AC unit. Upon arrival to unit, I turned off disconnect and began my service. I started by removing condenser fan motor assembly from unit and removed all leaves, dirt, and debris from bottom of unit using a vacuum and blower. Next I completely cleaned interior, exterior, and coil of unit with coil cleaner and a pressurized garden hose. Once unit was all cleaned and buttoned back up I was ready to test electrical. Capacitor was rated for 40/5MFD +/-10% tolerance. Capacitor’s actual readings were 37.31/5.02MFD which was normal and within manufactures tolerance. However compressor side is really close to tolerance so I highly recommend replacing. Afterwards I tested amp draws on compressor and condenser fan motor. Compressors amp draws were reading 16.29amps, condenser fan motor amp draws were reading 1.18amps which are both normal and within tolerance. However compressor amps are slightly high for this m
We returned to call and greeted Mr. McCarty and explained the work we would be doing. We removed old broken damper for zone 2, we then installed new damper and rewired properly. We also felt for any escaping air that might be escaping into the attic and sealed all leaks around coil. We then took temperatures and closed the vent in the closet to increase air flow to the master bedroom. Return- 74° Supply- 52° Temp split- 22° Temperatures have normalized in the master bedroom and the down stairs bedrooms. Air flow has increased and reading 400cfm in the bedrooms. Because temperatures are normal the need for more refrigerant is unnecessary at this time. Recommend keeping temperatures down stairs a few degrees higher (75-76°) the cool air will flow downward and keeping the master around 73-74°. (Opposite in the winter) Keeping the master bedroom door closed will help keep the room cooler and stop the air from escaping.
We returned to call to diagnose damper issues. We found that zone two damper is making a clicking noise indicating it is not closing all the way. Recommend replacing damper (12inch) to ensure working properly. We also noticed that ducting to master bedroom is also connected to the closet space that leads to the attic. Because the closet is closer the air is emptying into the closet space and not reaching the master bedroom as efficiently. The far bedroom upstairs has a separate crawl space and an air handler that is not operational. We tested the electrical components and found a potentially bad relay that is causing the system to not turn on. Further diagnoses and repairs will be needed to get the system running. We hooked up gauges to the AC system outside to check for proper pressures and temperatures and it seems the system may be low on refrigerant. First we checked all filters and found that they were all dirty giving us improper readings. We exchanged them for new ones an
Upon arrival for maintenance I began by greeting and speaking with the customer, I then checked filters and thermostats and set the unit to cool to confirm operations, once operations were confirmed I checked amp draws of the compressor at 12.18 rated for 20.8 and fan motor amps of 1.2 rated for 1.52 which are both within spec, capacitor is a 70/7.5/reading 67.7/7.5 which is within spec as well. Temp split is at 23° at 73° ambient. I then removed the condenser fan motor and cleaned the inside of the unit, sprayed the coils with a chemical cleaning solution and washed the condenser and coils with a pressurized water hose, reassembled, and tested for final operations, AC appears to be in operational condition at this time.
Call for no cooling, Arrived to location and was informed by resident that the A/C for the hallway and bedrooms was just blowing air that was not cold, and for entertainment room there was no airflow at all. For the bedroom and hall, found condenser dual capacitor to have failed in operation and will need to be replaced. For Entertainment area, discovered that protective fuse had blown, troubleshooting found the cause to be a short in the condenser contact. While diagnosing this unit, noticed evidence of condensation stains in safety pan of furnace and inside blower compartment, possibility of clogged condensate drain, freezing coil, or crack in evaporator coil drain pan. Recommend first replacing the contact to condenser then performing a flush to condensate drain as precaution. Also noticed that filter may need to be replaced. Technician recommends that a service be scheduled for the A/C’s and Furnaces. With approval, replaced 45/5uF dual capacitor for bedroom condense
Upon returning to call to make repairs I greeted Yolanda and explained how we would proceed with the installation. Filter in the return on the stairs (20x30x1) was dirty and we pulled it out and replaced it with filter in garage. I first double checked condenser size and unfortunately realized we had the wrong size coil. I called western Nevada supply and had the proper size delivered by our team. While waiting for the coil we pumped down the system and began to remove the old coil from the attic. Once the proper size coil arrived we realized the TXV was not rated for R-22 refrigerant. I notified the home owner we would have to go get the proper TXV to ensure the system ran properly and would be back within 45min. Once we returned we installed new TXV into the coil and proceeded with installation in the attic. After securing coil we braised in the refrigerant lines and began a pressure test. We set the pressure to 300 psi and waited 15 minutes to ensure no leaks were evident. We the
Upon arrival I met with Mr. McCarty and he explained to me that his main legal AC unit was not coming on. After inspection of the unit I noticed immediately that the capacitor was bulging and had potentially failed. After further inspection I discovered capacitor was dead and needed to be replaced. I checked leads on compressor and was getting readings of .8, 1.5, and 2.2 which is normal and still functioning. I then inspected the breaker panel and found the breaker was tripped. After receiving authorization from the client to change out the capacitor (rated 45/5) I installed a new one and rewired properly. I then flipped the breaker back on and unit began running normally. I checked amp draws on compressor and fan motor. Compressor reading 15.5 amps (rated 22.5) Fan motor reading 1.03amps ( rated 1.4) Further inspection of main level condenser may be needed. The unit ran for about 2 hours non stop and the temperature has only dropped 1° from 76° to 75° Unit 2 is having drainag
Called customer for 8 appointment. He was mistaken on start time. He could not reach his tenants for moving call up. Called him back to let him know I could arrive between 10-12. No answer. Left message.
No AC call. Customer reports that a different company was out here and they replaced the control board in the furnace but had to disconnect the AC to get it running. We turned the thermostat to fan On, and went to the outside unit. When we opened up the electrical panel, we saw that the control wires were disconnected, so we plugged them back in. We then tried to jump the unit on by depressing the contactor, but it did not come on. We looked inside the disconnect and found that some of the plastic had melted and on the melted side, was not making a good connection. We fixed that for now but it should still be replaced, and hit the contactor and the outdoor unit fired up. We then switched the thermostat to cool, and the blower came on, but the outdoor unit did not. We suspect that the other company didn’t hook up the control wires in the furnace when they replaced the board. There is also the possibility that there is a short in the system somewhere that was causing the fuse on the bo